The construction of the status of women in ancient Greek society. Readings include lyric, tragic, and comic poetry, philosophy, oratory, novel, and nonliterary documents. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing; three hours in literature, History, Anthropology, or Sociology. Cross-listed with: HST 157, WLIT 157, WGST 157.

Subject

CLAS

Course Number

157

Credits

3.00 0.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
CLAS 157 A Greek Feminism Michael Clark Spring 2000 10782
CLAS 157 A Greek Feminism Z. Ambrose Fall 1995 90363
CLAS 157 B Greek Feminism Z. Ambrose Fall 1995 92490